We realized church groups that travel to Penn State Games in our area may enjoy the back to nature feel of staying in one of our cabins
MILROY, Pa. (PRWEB) July 26, 2018
Hartman Center is announcing two Fall & Winter Specials geared toward non-profit groups, schools, and churches.
The camp and retreat center, located in Milroy, PA, is encouraging church groups, especially Penn State Football fans, to reserve a cabin or two to stay at while visiting State College, PA to attend Nittany Lions Football games.
Cabins are a convenient lodging option for church groups or other non-profit groups looking for camp style accommodations. During the late summer and early fall, the pool which was completed in 2017, is a welcome addition to the retreat center which may be enjoyed by all guests.
Hartman Center is owned by the Penn Central Conference of the United Church of Christ and the facility is managed by United Camps, Conferences and Retreats. “As we begin to let the community know that we are renting our beautiful facility, we realized church groups that travel to Penn State Games in our area may enjoy the back to nature feel of staying in one of our cabins or lodges.” says camp board member Dave Bushnell.
“We have a total of 8 separate cabins, each one fully equipped with a bathroom and 6 bunk beds, which sleep up to 12 people.” says Zach Hassinger the facility Site Director. Hassinger oversees the entire 192 acres property. “Being located just 20 minutes from Penn State College, after the games, our guests can fish, hike, look at the stars from our observations deck or swim in the pool.” says Hassinger.
Hartman has a great flat rate fee per cabin for Football season only. The Football Lodging does not include any meal service.
If non profits groups, schools, and organizations want to take advantage of another special during the Fall and Winter season at Hartman Center, a seasonal package runs from October 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019 which includes 2 nights and 5 meals at 10-15% discounted from the regular rates. There is a minimum of 12 people for the cabin area and 16 people for Michaux Lodge.
“One of our most popular places to stay on site is called Michaux Lodge which is a one-story building with eight bedrooms, 32 beds, a kitchen, a dining room which seats forty. It also has a large common room for fellowship and program activities.” says Hassinger. Michaux Lodge will serve any group size 16 to 40 with the option to do your own cooking or eat in our dining hall and allow us to cook for you. This facility is completely handicapped accessible.
Reservations can be made by calling 800-678-5102. Photos of Hartman Center can be viewed online at http://www.UCCR.org/hartman.